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Sony Alpha SLT-A37

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Sony Alpha A37 Review

YugaTech
13 August 2012
  • Summary: There’s not much to say regarding the A37′s performance from a newbie’s perspective. Everything works and every function is accessed easily which is the main point of purchasing a starter DSLR, the A37 nurtures your skills and guides you throughout the process. Top-notch user-friendliness and high-end features for an entry-level price? What’s not to like?
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony SLT-A37 Review

Digital Photography School
6 August 2012
  • Conclusion: excellent. The shot of the artist was taken in a quick moment, grabbed streetside. Only a little Photoshop fiddling was needed to bring it into line. A very good performance.
  • Pros: the price; SLR viewing; auto portrait function; excellent move capture;
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Overall 10
10

Sony Alpha SLT-A37

CNET
8 June 2012
  • Summary: There's very little to fault in the highly versatile Sony Alpha SLT-A37. Its output really shines, with punchy colours and plenty of sharp, well-defined detail. Video performance is among the best, and it's extremely well priced. As such, it's one of the cheapest ways for hobby and weekend photographers to buy into semi-pro kit.
  • Cons: No optical viewfinder.
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Expert Review

PhotoRadar
1 June 2012
  • Conclusion: The Sony Alpha a37 is an interesting proposition that delivers great image quality in a neat little package. We can see Sony's share of the market increasing as it manages to cram more and more exciting technology into this area of the market - something that Canon and Nikon must keenly be aware of at the moment.
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Sony Alpha NEX-F3 and Sony SLT-A37, affordable ILC and DSLR with 16MP CMOS sensor and tilting LCD

Gadgetmania
18 May 2012
  • Conclusion: • 16.1-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor • 2.6-inch, 230k-dot tilting LCD • 1440k-dot electronic viewfinder, 100 percent coverage • ISO: 100 to 25,600 • Video recording: 1080p full HD • Image format: JPEG, RAW • 7fps burst-mode shooting
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Alpha 37 review

Amateur Photographer
3 April 2014
  • Summary: As entry-level cameras go, the Alpha 37 offers a lot of benefits. The array of clever features makes it easy to achieve some stunning results - so long as you have the composition to match. However, the new sensor doesn't seem to have gone far enough to overcome the effect of the transparent mirror, leaving images lacking in detail and relatively high in noise. An improvement in the resolution of the screen and a quieter kit lens would go some way to helping this model.
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Overall 10
10

Sony Alpha SLT-A37

CNET
1 October 2012
  • Summary: There's very little to fault in the highly versatile Sony Alpha SLT-A37. Its output really shines, with punchy colours and plenty of sharp, well-defined detail. Video performance is among the best, and it's extremely well priced. As such, it's one of the cheapest ways for hobby and weekend photographers to buy into semi-pro kit.
  • Pros: Sharp lens; Punchy colours; Excellent video performance.
  • Cons: No optical viewfinder.
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Overall 10
10

Sony Alpha SLT-A37 with 18-55mm lens review

expertreviews.co.uk
18 September 2012
  • Conclusion: Designed to a budget, but there's a lot to like about this unusual SLR-like camera
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Overall 10
10

Sony SLT-A37

MacWorld
19 August 2012
  • Conclusion: As this a budget model costing a very reasonable $699 with the 18-55mm standard zoom supplied on test, we don’t get the top plate function window found on semi pro models, but we are provided with a shooting mode dial crammed with 12 manual and automatic picture enhancing controls, including panorama and 3D stills option. Again this is more than we’d normally expect at this price point.
  • Pros: Solid-feel build; tilting LCD back screen; plenty of manual control and automatic digital effects; good value for money with 18-55mm kit lens; sharp colour-rich images straight out of the camera
  • Cons: Some pixel fringing between areas of high contrast; AF sometimes struggles to keep up with faster subjects; LCD could be more flexible still to match the likes of Canon’s EOS 650D.
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

Photo answers
18 August 2012
  • Excerpt: From the front the A37 looks almost indistinguishable from the previous two models. Sharing the same dimensions as its predecessors, the only noticeable difference (besides its badge) is that the rubberised hand grip now adopts a more attractive faux leather look, as opposed to the patterned effect seen on the A33 and A35. The paintwork and buttons have also received a slight revamp, now sharing a slick matte black finish throughout.
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